My Own Worst Enemy | Electric Like the Moon

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Electric Like the Moon

by My Own Worst Enemy

"Electric Like The Moon" is the 2011 release from My Own Worst Enemy, a high-energy, no-frills indie-garage-pop power trio hailing from Somerville, MA.
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. April & September
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2. The Kids Don't Care
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3. Nothinwithoutcha
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4. Bad Romance
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5. Chandelier
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6. Can't Buy My Love
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7. Ask
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8. Man Of The Hour
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9. Whiskey Talkin'
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10. Backyard
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11. Abort
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Produced by Pete Weiss at Verdant Studio, Athens VT. Check out www.myownworstenemy.net.

"Electric Like The Moon" picks up where My Own Worst Enemy's previous record, "Total Action" leaves off and delivers a solid, up-tempo collection of modern rock songs in a fashion that only Sue, Steve and AJ can muster. Highlights include the band's epic ode to legendary Boston music supporter Billy Ruane, called "Man Of The Hour"; a major-chord garage-rawk tribute to the Lyres and the Real Kids, called "The Kids Don't Care" and covers by The Smiths, Lady Gaga and Tribe in true My Own Worst Enemy fashion. If that isn't enough to hook you, we probably never will.


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